By Bruce Karlson
Nancy “Frozen Face” Pelosi finally admitted that the odious “health reform bill” is dead.
This further demonstrates that she is both a liar and a fraud, given her recent prognostications to the contrary. She should be pleased that Democrat voters are not the least put off by lies, corruption, racism, sexism, or incompetence. Her re-election is assured.
To the point: After publicly, and one can be sure privately, dismissing Republicans as excess and unwanted baggage in both Houses, the Democrats must now turn to them as supplicants. To wit: the Obamites and Liberals need something, anything that might be construed as reform to pass before November. Conversely Republicans have been happily campaigning against the Democrat version of reform for months with obvious success.
Given that, Republicans would do well to put the screws to every Democrat possible by declining to participate unless the deck is stacked…their way. They should agree to nothing absent tort … Continue Reading:Republicans with the Whip Hand
By Suzanne Eovaldi
Longtime Wasilla Bible Church Pastor Larry Kroon is set to lead this morning’s Sunday service on the one year anniversary of his congregation’s return after a 1.5 million dollar arsonist’s fire nearly demolished their beloved church right before their 2008 Christmas celebrations. Yet he stressed this past Wednesday that, “By God’s grace, we’ve bounced back.” He said things are going well for the 1,000 worshippers, one of which on occasion includes Sarah Palin.
The former governor of Alaska told Fox News’ “On the Record,” that she wished for transformation of the horrible evil of the Christian church fire into an act of good that would help others. The forgiving nature of Palin and the church’s pastor cries out for honor from a most dismissive mainstream media, a media that seemed satisfied to report this horrible event merely once if at all.
Part of being Christian?
Pastor Kroon seemed to accept such attacks on Christian churches as … Continue Reading:Leftist media is still shamefully ignoring questions about who torched Sarah Palin’s church Part II
By Suzanne Eovaldi
The smoke blackened Christmas wreath that hung near the fire torched front door of Sarah Palin’s church 13 months ago is long gone, but her sincere apology for any unnecessary attention she may have drawn to the Wasilla Bible Church remains characteristically translucent. Palin told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren she learned her church was burning by a friend’s visit at 1:30 a.m. on December 13, 2008. Yet Wasilla Mayor Verne Rupright still insists, “It had nothing to do with Sarah Palin.” He discounts connection to a “homosexual healing conference” the church co-sponsored, but he admitted a state arson investigation has hit only dead end and is not working on any other leads. The heinous fire crime at the Christian Bible Church languishes in the cold case file.
Wasilla PD investigator Ruth Josten didn’t return several calls. Last January the Collins Report posted an exclusive interview with WBC elder Tom Ryan that exposed many horrible facts … Continue Reading:Palin’s Church attempted murders still a cold case: imagine if this was Rev. Wright’s church! Part I
By Fritz Wenzel
It’s like trying to lose weight by eating Snickers bars or trying to save gas by driving out of your way.
It just doesn’t work.
When President Barack Obama said the recent “Massachusetts Massacre,” where Republican Scott Brown won election in a heavily Democratic state, was the result of a White House failure to “get our message out,” he spoke in contradiction to what national polling suggests.
A recent Wenzel Strategies survey showed that, if given the chance for an election “do–over,” just 44% would vote for Obama for President today. Another 45% said they would vote for an unnamed opponent. However, what is more telling about this data point is that among two key demographic groups – independents and men – Obama performs much worse.
Among independent voters, who are critical to Obama’s success, just 37% said they would vote for him today. Just 40% of men said the same.
… Continue Reading:It’s True, Mr. President – Sometimes Less Really is More
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
The news gets worse for Democrats as it gets better for America. Political pundits that are reading events in the public area with a clear eye are all but declaring the Democrat control of the House over. The real question has now become: what about the Senate?
Given the very inflammatory issues on the table this year as compared to 1994, 2010 is shaping up to be a tsunami that will envelop the Democrats at every level including the Senate.
After Brown, we’re at 41 seats and need ten more, a formidable but certainly not impossible task.
Here’s where they come from; first the low hanging fruit: North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Nevada, Arkansas and Colorado; that makes 47.
Tougher but very doable: Illinois Connecticut and New York (special) – these make 50.
The first two are iffy, but we have nine month for things to get worse for the Democrats. In Illinois Republican … Continue Reading:Taking back the Senate? Oh YES we can!